ARSONISTS GET ALL THE GIRLS Signs With CENTURY MEDIA RECORDS
Century Media Records has announced the signing of ARSONISTS GET ALL THE GIRLS. This Santa Cruz, CA six-piece released its debut offering, "Hits From The Bow", on Process Records in 2006. They went on to tour the U.S. and shared the stage with bands such as THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD, THE NUMBER 12 LOOKS LIKE YOU, ED GEIN and HEAVY HEAVY LOW LOW. The group describes itself as "the derailment of a gay train on its way to straight town."
"Century Media was the most unexpected swing that life's baseball bat took to our nuts... feels good though," comments bassist Pat.
ARSONISTS GET ALL THE GIRLS just completed their new record, "The Game of Life", with Zack Ohren of Castle Ultimate (ANIMOSITY, LIGHT THIS CITY). You can check out the song "Shoe Shine For Neptune" on the band's MySpace page.
ARSONISTS GET ALL THE GIRLS will hit the road in June on the "Captain America Is Dead Tour" with KNIGHTS OF THE ABYSS and ELYSIA. Following that, they head out with MY BITTER END and MORIA on the "Plowing Ballz Tour". Dates and additional show information can be found on their MySpace page as well.
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